Jerang is a response to a situation of discomfort, the most comfort; fortune, or misfortune; and is typically repeated. The trigger that it is a response to is identified by the tone of the way one says jerang jerang. It can be a satisfied expression like word, or a surprised expression of misfortune or mockery like gotems.
a). "Do you have a lighter?"
b). "Jerang jerang! (as they throw the lighter to a).)

a). "Good morning, you had a rough night!"
b). "Jerang..."
by Jowill March 14, 2010

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